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MA Governor Proposes Universal Access to Early Education

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They are thinking expansively about early childhood development in Massachusetts.  Be sure to click on the link and read the whole post.

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick today announced a bold proposal to provide universal access to high-quality early education for the state’s young children. It is part of his plan to invest almost $350 million in early education over four years, starting with $131 million in fiscal year 2014. In addition, Governor Patrick proposed changes to the state’s Chapter 70 school funding to encourage more school districts to offer pre-kindergarten for 4-year-olds.

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